Duties and Responsibilities:
- Maintaining, trouble shooting and servicing industrial equipment.
- Read mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical schematics.
- Service light industrial equipment, such as, cutters, case erectors, conveyor systems, delta wrapping machines, code daters, etc.
- Demonstrate an ability to diagnose and repair all plant manufacturing equipment including but not limited to mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and gas
- Scheduling lubrications, filters, and cleaning – have a good understanding so that PMs can be conducted
- It is necessary for the technician to understand basic electrical theory and pneumatic, hydraulic, and chill water systems.
- Keeping the maintenance area clean and orderly
- Have the proper clean tools to do the job right
- Prioritize, plan, schedule and perform daily machine repairs.
- Must use sound judgment when dealing with and eliminating safety related issues.
- Must communicate regularly with manager.
Must be self-motivated and detail oriented.
- To perform this job successfully, the ideal candidate will have at least 2 years of experience servicing a variety of equipment in multiple locations.
- You must be flexible and willing to work in both inside and outside environments.
- You must be a self-starter and have a ‘fix it the first time mentality’.
- Must be able to work in different shifts
- Lifting requirement – 80 lbs.
- Own a set of basic hand tools.
- Versatile maintenance repair skill set
- Knowledge of Industrial Wiring
- Hydraulics – cylinder, pump, motor, valves.
- Have additional experience working in the machine repair field working on light industrial equipment.
- Strong knowledge of the electrical systems found on construction equipment.
- Ability to troubleshoot and repair electro-mechanical assemblies, electric motors, etc.
High School Diploma, GED, Technical or Trade School.
Skill and Knowledge:
- Must be able to manage time and set priorities.
- Must be computer literate, organized and detail oriented.
- The employee must be able to perform his/her job in a professional manner.
- Must be able to communicate and work well with superiors, co-workers, and others associated with the company’s business.
- The employee must be familiar and adhere to OSHA regulations including, but not limited to fall protection, lockout/ tagout procedures,